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that would want to kill you? >> who would want me dead. >> and he said? >> he said jason skaggs. he's the only one i know of that would want me killed. >> this is jason skaggs. he and manny worked together at a roofing company. originally from california, skaggs was an ex-marine, a former trucker with a minor criminal record. and some of the story manny was telling police added up. at 6'3" and only 200 pounds, jason skaggs matched almost exactly the description given by katherine pierce of a tall, slender intruder. but he was not, as far as police knew, a killer. to detectives, a home invasion that ended in murder seemed to be outside jason skaggs' criminal skill set. >> if he was the guy in katherine pierce's house with the shotgun, he was a rookie. >> and that didn't really match-up with the gloves and some of the other things that were kind of popping in our heads as somebody that might be more experienced at this. >> detectives started tracking skaggs' cell phone. the cell phone started pinging off el paso, texas. >> that sounds like a guy on the run. >> yeah. is this guy just h
from 10:00 to midnight. let's begin in massachusetts. jason carroll is in boston. ali velshi is in cape cod. jason, what's going on where you are? >> well, anderson, right now, we're experiencing near white-out conditions in boston, massachusetts. we're in south boston, along a side street here. you can see how even though you've got some folks who are just walking the dogs, walking out here, for the most part, streets are completely empty. want to show you a problem that's going on over here. as you know, the state has access to some 4,000 vehicles, snow plows like this one, but this plow is experiencing what we witnessed across the city. he's stuck. he came into this church parking lot. was going to plow it, got halfway through, but the conditions proved to be too much, so he's been struggling to get out of that particular position for the past 20 minutes or so. but again, anderson, there is a fleet of some 5,000 vehicles like this that are out on the streets throughout the state, plowing roads. plowing the primary routes, plowing parking lots and secondary routes like the one that yo
street columnist and deputy editor dan henninger, jason, and kim strassel. kim, let's start with the merits first and the president's claims of catastrophe if those spending cuts kick in. is that correct? >> exactly, no. what we do know the president has every incentive here to make it sound as if it's going to be absolutely the most dreadful thing, but the reality is, paul, it's a 2.5% cut to the federal budget. it's 85 billion dollars out of a 3.8 trillion budget. if you can't find that much to cut then there's a problem. is there enough flexibility in the sequester to make a difference, these agency heads will be able to maneuver and prevent things like jason, cuts to air traffic control, for example? >> that's what republicans would like to do, give the president some flexibility and the problem is, democrats who want the armageddon narrative are opposed, to-- >> why is that? >> well, they like the narrative. they want to pretend like. >> any cuts at all in government are catastrophic. >> they don't want to give the president flexibility, but the fact of the matter. we'r
't take them in this car at night. >> so is jason from uh -- arinda. he avoids driving at night if possible. >> i leave work early in some cases. >> both own a 2012 toyota prius, and both say their vision through the windshield at night makes driving unsafe. this is video of the view through amid's windshield he posted on youtube. amid and jason say tail lights, streetlights and on coming headlights and traffic lights appear blurry. they seem larger than normal and can be seen in trip plaw cet. jason recalls the day he almost hit a pedestrian because he was blinded by the multiple images of light. >> i was freaked out. i didn't really understand what was going on. >> reporter: amid told me the so-called ghosting affect is best seen on dark streets from a distance of about 50 feet. >> will we see it when we drive around? >> we will stey right now if we drive around. let's go. >> the problem he has with his windshield is not always evident. it usually can't be seen on well-lit streets or closer distances. >> now look at the arrow up front. you can see three arrows actually. >> i s
in jail. a significant step to make. "outfront," jason carroll, he's live in boston. ali velshi is live. jason, it has been a pretty incredible day there. and record snowfall throughout. what's it been like? >> well, i have to tell you, erin, condition here in boston are frankly miserable. it's a kind of icy snow that's been blowing around in your face. and just to give you an idea the condition of snow, earlier today it was very sticky. it's starting to become much more powdery now. that's going to make conditions worse. when you have powdery snow blowing around with strong wind gusts that we're experiencing, in fact, at logan airport, they clocked 40 to 50-mile-per-hour wind gusts. when you have that powdery snow blowing around like that, the wind, the conditions, the conditions in terms of visibility become very, very difficult. so that's what we're experiencing now in boston. as you say, the city and the state doing what they can to keep people off the streets. the governor signing that action making it illegal to be out on the roads unless you're in an emergency vehicle. and that c
on to the next item. >> item number five work plans and goals and objectives for 2013. >> okay. we have jason fried who will present. >> thank you. jied jason fried brief staff. we had a meeting and went over six items that the commissioners brought up and a item from the public and since then we got an eighth item to look at from a supervisor's office and working with supervisor avalos we looked at what is good. the first one started out as appointment to commissions. in discussions with supervisor avalos there was interest to expand that and possibly turn this not just appointments to commissions but how -- when elected positions become open how does the process look compared to other jurisdictions and places around the country? so we expanded that topic. that is something that can be done in house by staff on this. the next item was jobs in the tech sector. after further discussion with supervisor avalos who brought this item up it was determined maybe hold off on this and revisit it in the future if something new comes up on that subject. >> i believe supervisor kim on the board o
're going to be tracking this frankly all night long. let's begin in massachusetts. jason carroll is in boston. jason, how is it right now? it's not looking good. >> well, anderson, i heard you describe it as punishing. that's a perfect way to describe the conditions here. first of all, i want to give you an idea of what the snow is like because this is an example of what we're dealing with. it's powdery. it was sticky before. the powdery snow, once it starts to blow around, visibility becomes basically zero. that's what we have been seeing. you talked about the snow plow getting stuck. it was right there at 8:00 when i was talking to you. they had plowed that area. you can see what it looks like now. it's a blanket of snow. again, this was just at 8:00. you can see how much snow has fallen since then. once again, this is where the plow was not too long ago. and the mayor was on not too long ago, basically said some 600 plows are now out on the roads, manning the street, trying to get salt, trying to get sand. 43,000 tons of sand are on standby in the arsenal, waiting to go out on
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. say that jason scott was responsible for the murders of dolores dewitt and anthony dewitt. we have early reaction from today's decision. >> this certainly has been a tough day for members of the m's families. we have been so long into this trial. today, a mistrial was declared. we will have to wait a bit longer in the search for justice. >> i never dreamt that this would ever happen. >> her resolve is remarkable. four years ago, her daughter and her granddaughter were found murdered in a burning car in rockville. was captured and charging both homicides. on monday, the judge declared a mistrial. was linked to multiple home invasions, information that was previously inadmissible. thing is that justice be done. not according to my will, but the will of god. >> while disappointed, she pointed out that scott is not aing anywhere. he is serving 100-year prison term on charges unrelated to this case including sex crimes. when jason scott is retried in mid-october, she said that her -- he would be convicted before facing another things giving without ebony and delore s. that's what happen
health which would enable jason and his team to say to someone "as long as you participate in case management the city will cover the cost of storing your vehicle" and so that is going to be particularly helpful for individuals with vehicles out of registration, vehicles at risk if they can be taken from them and we hope that other individuals who really want to have a stake in san francisco will give us a opportunity with case management and we are midfiscal year but we are making a push for the stabilization beds and it's reality and if we say we're going to do something that we vtd ability to do it and there are not four or five stabilization beds vacant and we realize it's a population that is larger so with that if it's appropriate -- i did want to respond to some of the testimony and simply say if community meetings are going to happen i think it would be great to reach out to the coalition and see if the coalition would sponsor one with the mta. i think that would be helpful and people in the vehicles are not getting emails or letters from neighborhood associations and i t
team. jason is very forth coming with the cell phone number so jason's number is eight five zero 7413. and i think those are the best routes. the hope office as well. certainly we're working closely with jason and his team so anyone can contacted us. we're in room 18 of city hall so if someone is living in a vehicle they could come to room 18 in city hall or contact me, so we welcome the opportunity to make a connection, understand what people's circumstances are, and how we can work with them, and i think we're going to try and take an individual approach as we can with each situation and see what we can do. >> okay. thank you. thank you supervisor. i appreciate it. and again thank you to you and your office and to the mta for their work, and i just want to make a comment in response to some of the things said today. let me say this. i voted against this legislation, not because i was questioning or requested the intent. i think the supervisors that brought it forward are trying to address legitimate concerns and even though i voted against the legislation i can see there is a
that. that's sugar all the way around. >> we have a big day, you guys. we have jason kennedy from the e network with us, too. >> right around the corner, and we want to get -- he is going to predict for us. >> can we see your signs, you guys, because you have had the most creative signs? just call us the kathie lee and hoda of the o.c. uh-huh. >> every day is wines day. hire me. will work for wine. >> i love that. hire me, will work for wine. >> that's a good one. >> some of you -- hey, hey, hey. you guys, we saw that one yesterday. you put a little kid in the middle of it. >> it looks so much better that way. >> yes. >> okay. the winner of the sign contest is going to get a mug that's worth $5. >> $5 in today's economy, that's good. >> we give a few prizes, a few giveaways down the road. >> yes, we do. >> we might give a few things away right now. >> all right. we're going to play a little trivia. are you ready? here we go. there are bees around our drinks. >> you're so honey sweet. >> the sugar. i love you for saying we're so sweet. here we go. los angeles can boast it has more museum
for couples a day they'll never forget. jennifer and jason said vous this morning on the rotunda. >> this is just a special day. it's not like any regu֍?5>o this is our wedding day. >> across the floor, other couples being denied same opportunities them. chose valentine's day to pro fess their love for their partners and also to protest the inability to marry under iz of the law. tom watson and jeff registered four yearsing ao, among two dozen same-sex advocates in a gathering. >> we're back here on the four year anniversary of our engagement to ask, again, for a marriage license. we know we won't be able to get married today. >> this attempt was futile but they made their skpoint say they'll continue to come back every valentine's day until they win. >> they've been together 22 years, we want it legal. >> deputies blocked everyone else from entering while there. not everyone agreed with what's happening. mario and jessica couldn't get their marriage license until it's over i don't think it's right. i think god made adam and eve, not adam and steve this, is holding back us for
of corporate chaos. allen pizzey cbs news rome. >> jeff: we are joined now by "washington post" reporter jason horowitz who has been following the politics of the vatican. jason, allen called this a sort of corporate chaos. in your estimation what kind of shape is the vatican in right now? >> well with the vatican we're talking about a 2,000-year-old institution. and it operates literally behind closed walls. so the power games that you see in any institution are much more fierce there because there's no turn over. people have been plotting and looking for power for a very long time. so in benedict you will someone who at the end of his papasee tried to introduce some reforms that would perhaps create some more transparency and root out some of what some called corruption there. he appointed one archbishop a fellow named to do this. and he took the mission to heart and actually sought out what he called corruption. and instead he faced entrenched opposition and was actually essentially exiled to the united states where he is now the ambassador here. >> jeff: so if benedict had such difficultie
as a ballet school. that is where we are live with the story. >> police tell thaws jason pedrosa turned himself in this after learning he was wanted on a fell nay rest warrant. parents here in walnut creek tell us they're relieved he no longer works here. >> jason from san bruno was once ab actor here in walnut creek and also worked here at the ballet school. jill's daughter takes ballet res ons at this school. >> it hurts my heart. you know? knowing someone around young children is doing something so terrible. >> operators told us they heard he was being investigated by both walnut creek and pleasant hill police he was fired. they say he was a clerk, not around children. the police lieutenant says the investigation into child molestation allegations began in november. >> a female juvenile came and reported he was sending inappropriate text messages to the young female. >> connelly says that report led to a lengthy investigation. >> a three-month long investigation revealed several crimes and day before yesterday, the d.a.filed four counts relating to child sex abuse. >> police won't te
a six-year-old and three-year-old. i don't take them in this car at night. >> so is jason from uh -- arinda. he avoids driving at night if possible. >> i leave work early in some cases. >> both own a 2012 toyota prius, and both say their vision through the windshield at night makes driving unsafe. this is video of the view through amid's windshield he posted on youtube. amid and jason say tail lights, streetlights and on coming headlights and traffic lights appear blurry. they seem larger than normal and can be seen in trip plaw cet. jason recalls the day he almost hit a pedestrian because he was blinded by the multiple images of light. >> i was freaked out. i didn't really understand what was going on. >> reporter: amid told me the so-called ghosting affect is best seen on dark streets from a distance of about 50 feet. >> will we see it when we drive around? >> we will stey right now if we drive around. let's go. >> the problem he has with his windshield is not always evident. it usually can't be seen on well-lit streets or closer distances. >> now look at the arrow up front. you
is jason from uh -- arinda. he avoids driving at night if possible. >> i leave work early in some cases. >> both own 2012 toyota prius, and both say their vision through the windshield at night makes driving unsafe. this is video of the view through amid's windshield he posted on youtube. amid and jason say tail lights, streetlights and on coming headlights and traffic lights appear blurry. they seem larger than normal and can be seen in trip plaw cet. jason recalls the day he almost hit a pedestrian because he was blinded by the multiple images of light. >> i was freaked out. id really understand what was going on. >> reporter: amid told me the so-called ghosting affect is best seen on dark streets from a distance of about 50 feet. >> will we see it when we drive around? >> we will stey right now if we drive around. let's go. >> the problem he has with his windshield is not always evident. it usually can't be seen on well-lit streets or closer distances. >> now look at the arrow up front. you can see three arrows actually. >> i see the one below it. i don't see the one above. >> there
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in boston, hit hard. jason carroll is there now. jason, it is just getting worse and worse, man. >> oh, we're definitely in the thick of it now. it's near white-out conditions. take a look at the street. you saw what conditions were like before. try looking up the street there, anderson. you can't even see it. this is what people are dealing with. the plows are out in the roads. you saw a plow get stuck that plowed the parking lot here at this church in south boston. conditions are severe, and if what chad myers and the other meteorologists are saying, the conditions are just going to continue to get worse as we now experience near white-out conditions in boston. >> chad myers saying over the next ten hours this thing is going to get worse and worse. we're going to be back on one hour from now at 10:00 eastern time. we'll be on for two hours all the way up to midnight. a special two-hour edition of "360." right now, piers morgan starts. chris cuomo is filling in for piers. that's starts right now. >>> all right, our thanks to everybody here. it's truly an honor to join the cnn team. thank
loves a right on right fight. and jason johnson, political science professor at hiram university and chief political correspondent for politic365.com joins us from atlanta. welcome back to you bothn "the war room." >> good to be here. >> hi, jennifer. >> jennifer: you bet. bill let me start with you. is this how karl rove crushes the tea party to regain control of the gop? >> there's nothing i like better than watching republicans eat their own, so this is a moment we can all enjoy, but i find this absolutely hilarious. karl rove was the biggest looser of 2012. he lost 10 out of 12 senate seats, lost 4 out of 9 of their house seats, donald trump accused him of blowing $400 million in this, so why would anybody trust karl rove with another dime, number 1? and the real question that i have is how much money is karl rove making out of this deal? i think this is another scam to fatten karl rove's pockets. >> jennifer: that's a really important point that these sort of advisors to these pacs he is probably gets some kind of percentage or direct salary that he is be
. commissioner mar. >> yeah chair avalos i will say i'm in support of mr. jason fried's report and supporting these two items and having flexibility, and i agree with delegating authority to the chair to work with you and as new members come on to have the flexibility to open it up as new reports and studies are needed so i'm supportive. >> all right. thank you. very good. thank you for your presentation. this item we can open up for public comment. >> excuse me. good afternoon again commissioners. eric brooks, san francisco green power and our city. just two comments. one is on the municipal bank. i would hope that we would actually i was envisioning at some point when we take that up that lafco will help design a plan to start a municipal bank and just go for it. on the public internet access issue it's important to expand on what mr. jason fried said a little more and that is what this original came up a while ago, not just when the mayor did the wi-fi thing, but before that supervisor ammiano -- i think it was 2002 -- i maybe wrong, had a study to use what we have and in fact bu
president obama's failed leadership. joining us is dan henninger. jason riley and washington columnist kim strausel. let's start with the merits and the claims of catastrophe if those spending cuts kick in. the is that correct? >> we don't exactly know. what we do know is that the president has every incentive that it's absolutely going to be most dreadful thing. it's a 2.5% cut to the federal budget. $85 billion out of $3.8 trillion budget. if you can't find that much to cut then there is a problem. >> paul: is there enough flexibility in the sequester that the agency heads will be able to maneuver and prevent things likes cuts to air traffic control? >> that is what the republicans would like to do. democrats no want the armageddon narrative are opposed. >> paul: why is that? >> they like the narrative. >> paul: any cuts at all that are catastrophic? >> that the cuts are stloofk. they don't want to give the president flexibility. the fax of the matter is we are talking about 35% domestic spending, 7% in defense. >> paul: this isn't a cut in social security or in entitlements. >> this is
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in floir. the nats playing the first spring training game. jason pugh will have highlights from a very busy day in d.c. sports. >>> plus, only five days until the leader of the roamage cman c church steps down. and it's the dance that has everyone talking >>> pope benedict xvi is stepping down in a fdays. there was a leaked document scandal of 2012. the pope is stepping down because of revelations in that file. the vatican denies that and accuses the media of running false reports that could affect the conclave to elect a new pope. back here in washington, cardinal donald world leaves for the vatican tomorrow to be part of that conclave. >>> south african correction am officers visit theed home where oscar pistorius is staying. he is staying with his uncle. pistorius also has to surrender his passports and guns and check in with police twice a week. his coach says pistorius will start training monday hoping to clear his mind. pistorius is charged with his girlfriend's murder, her father said today he might one day be able to forgive pistorius as long as he tells the truth about what happene
to show you this. ♪ >> that is arkansas state senator jason rapert, a tea party republican elected in the great tea party wave of 2010. and he apparently can play the living daylights out of a fiddle. wow. also, he gets stuff done in arkansas. last night on the show we reported about a new bill passed yesterday by the arkansas senate that would effectively ban abortion in the state. the bill was sponsored by jason rapert, the fiddler there. a legislator pointed out to him if his bill becomes law, doctors would need to do an internal vaginal ultrasound in order to determine which very few arkansas women would be eligible for their constitutional rights anymore. the senator asked him, quote, can you imagine what kind of feeling that would cause inserted into a woman? quote, no, rapert replied. according to the local "times" newspaper, "no, i can't imagine what kind of feeling that would cause." and then they voted for his bill. so that was arkansas, just so far this week. but then today, hmm, newly uncovered video of the same senator, jason rapert from 2011. >> i wonder sometimes whe
. the major highway from boston into long island shut down. jason carroll is in boston for us as he has been for several hours. ali velshi is on the cape, cape cod, in the town of dennis port. ali, it's looking like the snow, you're in a lull now. is that true? >> a little bit. the weirdest thing in the world just happened. i came out here to be on tv with you. and these two guys are here. i have no idea who they are. i thought they were our crew, so i told them to get out of the shot. can't possibly imagine anyone being out here. i have been out here hours and hours and have not seen a soul. these are jim and garrett. where do you live? >> about a quarter mile away. >> what on earth are you doing? >> we got a little cabin fever so we decided to come down to the water and see what it looked like. we heard it was a storm surge. >> what did you expect to see when what have you seen? >> we expected to see frankly a little more surf than is going on here now. but the wind and the sleet, it's like -- it's really pounding against you. >> i have been carrying on all day about how hardy you new engl
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for jeb bush called it a, quote, outrageous breach of privacy. >>> let's get back to jason carol live in boston. jason, you are learning more about the tragedy involving that 12-year-old boy. what do you know? >> reporter: well, deb, it's just an incredibly sad story. it happened early this afternoon. and much like a lot of people, a man and his son had headed out to dig out their car. as you can see, in this neighborhood here, we've been seeing it happen all day long. so basically, he had come out, cleared one side of his car, his son got cold and decided to go inside to stay warm. he was inside the car, debby, from maybe 10, maybe 15 minutes. but unbeknownst to the boy's father, the tailpipe was clogged with snow. and looking at these cars here in this neighborhood, and throughout the city, you can see how easy that could happen. unfortunately, the young boy became overcome by carbon monoxide. they brought him outside of the car. the young boy was unresponsive. neighbors and paramedics tried to revive the boy. he went into cardiac arrest. and unfortunately a short time later, once h
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